Cardiff is the capital and largest city in Wales. Cardiff castle is a major attraction and is situated in the heart of the city in Bute Park a mature parkland area in the centre. It is both immense and impressive. The city hall is one of the most important landmarks in the heart of the city of Cardiff. It hosts many large events and festivals. This grand building has recently been restored and is now open to the public. St. David\'s hall in the city centre and is a vast concert hall and leading centre for major events. Llandaff cathedral is the head of the church in Wales. It was constructed in the 12th century. St. Fagan\'s is an open air history museum housing dozens of buildings, showing the lifestyle and culture of the Welsh people. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in south Wales. The millennium stadium is the home of the national rugby team as well as being host to many other large scale events. The pierhead building is one of Cardiff\'s most familiar landmarks built in 1897. It is open to the public as a museum and exhibition. It contains films and exhibits exploring Welsh history. Cardiff docks was the world\'s largest coal exporting port. It is now Europe\'s largest waterfront development.
The Wales millennium centre is an arts centre located in the Cardiff bay area. The centre houses the national orchestra, opera, dance and theatre companies. The Norwegian church is a landmark on the waterfront. It was built in 1868 as a place of worship for the large number of Norwegian seamen who sailed into Cardiff. It now houses a coffee shop and art gallery. The Goleulong lightship was built in 1953 and brought to Cardiff bay and restored. It is now a major attraction as a venue for exhibitions and a floating Christian centre.